A preacher wanted to raise money for his church and being told there was a fortune in horse racing, decided to purchase one and enter it in the race. However, at the local
auction, the going price for horses was so steep that the preacher ended up buying a donkey instead. He figured that since he had it, he might as well go ahead and enter it in the race. To his surprise, the donkey came
The next day the headlines read: PREACHER'S ASS SHOWS!!
The preacher was so pleased with the donkey that he entered it in the races again. This time he won!
The next day the headlines read: PREACHER'S ASS OUT IN FRONT!!
The Bishop of the church saw the headline and was so upset with this kind of publicity that he ordered the preacher not to enter the donkey in another
The headlines read: BISHOP SCRATCHES PREACHER'S ASS!!
This was too much for the Bishop to take, so he ordered the preacher to get rid of the animal. The preacher decided to give it to a nun in a nearby
The headlines read: NUN HAS THE BEST ASS IN TOWN!!
The Bishop fainted. He informed the nun that she would have to dispose of the donkey-so she found a farmer who was willing to buy the donkey for $10.
The headlines read: NUN PEDDLES ASS FOR TEN BUCKS!!
The next day they buried the Bishop.
A Russian couple were walking down the street in Moscow one night, when the man felt a drop hit his nose. "I think it's raining", he said to his wife.
"No, that felt more like snow to me.", she replied.
"No, I'm sure it was just rain.", he said.
Well, as these things go, they began to have a major argument whether it was raining or snowing.
Just then they saw a minor communist party official walking toward them."Let's not fight about it", the man said, "Let's ask Comrade Rudolph whether it's officially raining or snowing."
As the official approached, the man said, "Tell us, Comrade Rudolph, is it officially raining or snowing?"
"It's raining, of course.", he replied, and walked on.
But the woman insisted: "I know that felt like snow."
To which the man quietly replied: "Rudolph the Red knows rain, dear"